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for the 2007 -- for the firefighters local unit. >> i have been advised that this has to be items 2-5 and 7-24 at the same time. my apologies. madame clerk, -- >> item #7, adopting a minute no. 4 to the 2006-2012 for the technical engineers local 21, and the ordinance adopting the first amendment to the 2010 -- institutional police officers association. item #9 to adopt a minute no. 1 to the 2010-2012 -- attorneys association. the ordinance adopted amendment no. 5 to the 2006 -- 2012 manipulate -- association and amendment no. 3 to the 2007 -- the executive association fire. item number 12 to adopt and implement amendment no. 3 to the 2007 -- 2013 association. the ordinance adopting amendment no. 1 to the 2010 -- 2012 and -- operating engineers no. 3. the ordinance adopting amendment no. 1 to the 2010-2012 journeymen and apprentices of the pipe fitting industry no. 38. and amendment no. 3 for the 2011-2013 said francisco police officers association. item number 16 to adopt and implement amendment no. 322013 for the police officers association, in no. 17, the ordinance adopting amendment no.
the city and fire fighters local unit 1. >> could we have a motion to that effect? without objection, she shall be excused. [roll call vote] there 10 aye's. item 21 is a daunting and implementing amendment no. 5 to the 20062012 memorandum of understanding between the city in the executives' association. president chiu: supervisor elsbernd needs to be excused. roll call vote, please. [rollc al call vote] there are 10 aye's. president chiu: it is passed on the first reading. >> 38 is an ordinance amending the planning cut making various technical amendments. on item 30 a. -- 38. [roll call vote] there are 11 aye's. president chiu: why don't we skip over the 3:30 special order and the 4:00 special order and go to the committee report. >> considered by the land use and economic development committee at a regular meeting on monday, june 20. item 47 is an ordnance amending the planning cut by amending the zoning map sheet. to change the classification of 2451 sacramento st. from residential next a low density to the upper fell more commercial district. >> same house, same call? this is passed o
shelter outside of local united nations headquarters. the un is handing of food and other supplies. aid workers say they're being denied access to areas of heaviest fighting. >> whether by road or by air, the security situation is very difficult and hampers significantly. militiamen who are armed have set up roadblocks. we need the support of the government. >> people have been on the mood in this disputed area for months. all this is less than a month before south sudan family becomes a new nation. they have been meeting with other african politicians in ethiopia. if they cannot come up with a solution to their differences, trouble lies ahead. >> i think this is not surprising. the issues that are being dealt with for now in ethiopia went undecided in the last 12 months prior to the referendum. >> if that does happen, south sudan will be a nation not one of peace, but of war. >> the chairman of the u.s. federal reserve warned republican members of congress to vote in favor of lifting the current limits. if it is not reached by early august, the united states could start defaulting on i
. they have taken shelter outside local united nations headquarters. the u.n. is handing out food and supplied. they say they are being denied access to some of the area's heaviest fighting. >> whether it's by road or by air, it's difficult and hampered movement because of fighting and roadblocks set up by military men who are armed. that's why we need the cooperation and support of the government. >> people have been on the move in this area for months. fighting has grown ever since the south voted for independent from the north in january. all this in less than a month before south sudan finally becomes a new nation. now president obama has called for calm. >> there is no military solution. the leaders of north and south sudan must live up to their responsibilities. ceasing military actions immediately including air bombardments, forced displacement and campaigns of intimidation. >> meeting with those in ethiopia to sort out their differences before july. >> i think there's a neeblet there will be a trourn conflict, but this is not surprising. the issues being dealt with right now in ethiopi
of thousands people displaced by the latest fighting in sudan. they have taken shelter outside the local united nations headquarters. the u.n. is handing out food and other supplies. workers say they are being denied access to the areas of heaviest fighting. >> we know about 60,000 people who have had to flee as well as knowing that there must be tens of thousands who have fled into the mountains as well as on the roads to the north. >> people have been on the move in this disputed border area for month. the fighting has grown ever since the south voted for independence from the north in january. and all of this less than a month before south sudan finally becomes a new nation. the leaders of the two sides are meeting with other african politicians in eeth open yeah. they appear to be making progress. the fighting continues, it will be a nation not at peace but at war. >> america's creditworthiness is at risk if the country's borrowing limit sent raised. the chairman of the u.s. federal reserve and members of congress will vote. if an agreement sent reached by early august the united states cou
local 798 unit 1. supervisor chiu: i understand we have to excuse supervisor chu. without objection, she is excuse. roll call vote. >> on item 36, mar aye. . mirkarimi aye. wiener aye. avalos aye. campos aye. chiu aye. cohen aye. elsbernd aye. farrell aye. kim aye. there are 10 ayes. supervisor chiu: the ordinance is finally passed. >> item 37, ordinance adopted and implemented amendment 5 to the one -- 2006-2012 memorandum of understanding between the city and county of san for disco and the municipal executives association. supervisor chiu: we have a motion to excuse supervisor elsbernd. without objection, he shall be excused. >> on item 37, mar aye. mirkarimi aye. wiener aye. avalos aye. campos aye. chiu aye. chu aye. cohen aye. farrell aye. kim aye. there are 10 ayes. supervisor chiu: this ordinance is finally passed. >> item 38 is from the land use and economic development committee without recommendation. an ordinance amending the planning took to establish the presidio-setter special use district for property located at 800 presidio ave. supervisor mirkarimi: thank you, mr. presid
. there is a answer. local property taxes are set by local units of government. because we gave them less cash doesn't mean their only choice was to raise property taxes. i am going to address that in a second. the idea that local property taxes we forced them to go up. that is not true. that is a local decision. they can cut spending or raise taxes. >> chris: what was part of that, sir, the state was not given the localities and state aid they were posed to for schools? >> you talk locally and get to the school in a second. on the second issue and using the stimulus money, the federal government is stipped enough to give ititous we're we'll be smart to take it for every dollar we spend we get 73 cents back. we are paying the bill for the rest of the nation and for the school payment i said make it permanent. a lot of those school payment monies. they took it and said no. >> chris: the state legislator voted you down. >> i did it through executive action and asked them to make it permanent so it would be a cut or reduction and rescheduling of the payments and the legislature refuse to do it and now
peculiarly. there is an answer no in each. local property taxes are set by local units of government. because we gave them less cash and the economy in the budget doesn't mean the only choice is to raise property taxes. >> chris: did you hold off on the local district, sir. >> i will address that in a second. the idea that local property taxes. we raise them is not true and that is a local decision . they can decide to raise spending. >> chris: that was not part of that, sir . the state was not given the locality the aid. >> you talked about locally. i will get to the school in a second. on the second issue of using the stim tim money if the federal government is stupid to give it, we'll be smart enough to take it for every dollar we spend, i will send out there we only get 73 cents back. we are paying the bill for the rest of the nation and subsidizing it . school paymentship. i was the one that said make it permanent. the legislature wouldn't make them permanent. >> chris: the state legislature vote today down. >> i did it through executive action and make it permanent so it is a permanent
of those. there is an answer to each. and in minnesota, local property taxes, of course, are set by local units of government because we gave them less cash because of our budget doesn't mean their only choice was to raise property tack it's. >> but didn't you hold off -- [overlapping dialogue] >> i'm going to address that in a second. but the idea that local property taxes, we forced them to go up or raised them, that's not true. that's a local decision. they can decide to cut spending or raise tax ie.s wasn't that because -- wasn't part of that, sir, because the state wasn't giving the localities the state aid you were supposed to for schools? >> you talked about locally. i will get to the school in just a second. on the second issue, using the stimulus money, the federal government jidz is stupid enough to give it to us, we are going to be smart enough to take t. minnesota is a net subsidizer of the federal government. for every dollar we send out, we get 73 cents back, so we are paying the bill for the rest of the nation or dramatically subsidizing t. as to the school payment, i was t
no shariah law in oklahoma courts. then the local unit of care council of american islamic relations got a federal judge to have injunction to prevent carrying out the law. >> glenn: people hear this at home and all they do is get frustrated. 70% -- i get frustrated. really, 30% said no, shariah law is cool? 70% say that, it's overturn and nothing can happen. like weiner thing. i said yesterday on the show, what difference does it make to you? what are you going to do about it? everybody whines about it and nothing changes. so you get angry. what does the average person do? when they hear something like that. >> the average person should do is they should write letters to their editors of the newspapers if they still read them. as you know a lot of them aren't reading them they should make the opinions known. one of the biggest things they can do, which is what is happening in the country. get active with somebody, some organization. don't just sit there. do something. this is one of the reasons that i was inspired to consider running for president of the united states of america. >> gle
interest things, universities, tv stations, radio stations. together, those add up to 100 units of local coverage, and that is not counting all the new stock that venture capitalists like we fund in the jungle all the time. this is at some level deflowering of local journalism that happen because it is cheap to be in business now. you do not have to have a big printing press and truckers and unions and all those things. you can be right in the business in a way that was impossible in the last 25 years. i think there is a flowering going on of local journalism and lots of capital chasing that opportunity right now. >> would you agree with that? when you look at local news, do you think it is being covered well by the sources that were just cited? >> i think in the san francisco area that is true. that is probably not true in all areas, but we are seeing with the development of patch and many other high for local news sites that there is a rebirth of coverage of local news -- and many other hyperlocal news sites. >> i was a foreign correspondent for a number of years. many freelances like
line point is this, the reason why we should step in and support our local units of government is because this congress in the past did not effectively address the foreclosure crisis which is really -- which has robbed the local units of government of their power to fund first responders. the property values drop sod low the money isn't there. i'm asking congress now, don't turn your back on this obligation to the american people. let's redirect money to homeland security budget, to our first responders, our people that are there at the first line of defense against an attack from a terrorist or against any type of national -- natural disaster that could impact our people. mr. chairman, i urge this committee's support for this amendment. the chair: the gentleman's time has expired. mr. carter: i withdraw my reservation on the point of order. the chair: the reservation is withdrawn. who seeks recognition? the gentleman from texas. mr. carter: i rise in opposition to this amendment. the chair: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. carter: the bill before us today is b
each of those specifically, chris, there is an answer to each and local property taxes are set by local units of government. and, just because we gave them a little less cash because of the economy and our budget does not mean their only choice was to raise property taxes -- >> didn't you hold off -- in those local districts, sir? >> i'm going to address that in a second. the idea local property taxes, we forced them to go up or raised them is simply not true. that is a local decision. they can decide either to cut spending or raise taxes. >> chris: wasn't part of that because -- sir, because the state wasn't giving the localities, the state aid you were supposed, to for schools. >> you talked about locally, i'll get to the school in a second. on the second issue, using the stimulus money, the federal government is stupid enough to give it to us, we'll be smart enough to take it and minnesota is a net subsidizer for the government, and every dollar we send out there we get 73 cents back and are paying the bill for the rest of the nation, and as to the school payment shift, i was the one
do so much, and he only has four years to do it, but we as a people have to unite locally in the city, and first, you start in the home, and then you go to the community, and our churches, where the movement began, in our churches. i still feel that barack obama is doing the best he can for one man, from what he inherited from the other administration. [applause] >> thank you. first, i would like to say thank you to awele and the san francisco unified school district and the african american center and everyone else involved in bringing this program to the san francisco public library on black history month. secondly, you were speaking about the constructing the narrative paradigm, okay? what indicators and trends? because of your work that you have done in the prison systems, particularly with young people and older african-american males -- since they are under attack, what indicators would you like to see work on first? because it has to be a start somewhere. we can all start in different places, but what can we do collectively to start making change? >> excellent question. the sis
, governor murray, senator kerry, senator brown, my local units, working with the state police as we always have. the national guard, they are here and the helicopter is used, that's being coordinated for search and rescues, traffic help and public safety. >> also you're having issues with power. we've seen the trees down, down on power lines a whole other variable to the equation. help us put a face on this horrific storm that has blown through your hometown. what one person did you meet today that you walk away from and you'll never forget them? >> i walked away from a person that -- with a little child and indicated thank god we're alive, you're out there, mayor, with everybody helping us and we'll get through this. just some of the calls that we're receiving from people coming from all over the state to help us out. listen, it's a devastating hit we've taken. but we have a lot of fortitude here and we will continue to come back strong. right now it's 24/7 around the clock to make sure that we move to stabilization and hopefully shortly we'll move into real rebuilding not only physical p
forces. but refugees international says many of those critical local police units are now so corrupt that congress should stop funding them until strict recruiting and discipline standards are met. barbara starr, cnn, washington. >>> the latest candidate to throw a hat into the ring for u.s. presidency. a lot of times, things are right underneath our feet, and all we need to do is change the way we're thinking about them. a couple decades ago, we didn't even realize just how much natural gas was trapped in rocks thousands of feet below us. technology has made it possible to safely unlock this cleanly burning natural gas. this deposits can provide us with fuel for a hundred years, providing energy security and economic growth all across this country. it just takes somebody having the idea, and that's where the discovery comes from. it just takes somebody having the idea, right now, go to priceline for a sneak peek at recent winning and better than ever! hotel bids to find where you n save up to 60% on hotels. * we'll even email you other people's winning bids, so you'll know what pric
critical local police units are now so corrupt, they would like to see congress not fund them until strict recruiting and discipline standards are met. fred? >> and barbara, the big gest fer for the displaced families. >> reporter: what you're talking about already, they're very fearful of going home. and in many cases they just simply can't. whether it's conflict due to the war, the taliban, or corrupt local police, in so many areas of afghanistan, the situation is so unsettled with or without u.s. troops that so many people feel it is just not safe for them to go back. >> i wonder, will there be some sort of transition plan? >> reporter: well, you know, there is a transition plan to afghan security and to having the afghans look after their country. but can they really make that transition plan part of an effort for these tens of thousands of afghan families to go back home to their towns and villages. that certainly remains to be seen. >> barbara starr in washington. appreciate it. >>> saving young girls and women from sex traffickers. well, we'll introduce you to a tiny woman nicknamed
that unit. he and other attorneys will work with local police to keep violent offenders behind bars for longer sentences. the goal of this unit is to be more proactive one responding to crimes. >> the research reveals a relatively small number of offenders commit a disproportional the amounlarge f crime. the violence is no secret. >> i will have more on this developing story tonight at 11:00 ap.m. >> mitt romney is running. the former massachusetts gov. kicked off his campaign today. >> i am running for president of the united states. >> mitt romney addressed a group gross supporters at a new hampshire formant pledged to fix the economy and pledged president obama of "failing america." >> we see him filling that role but it is not that clear that he is head and shoulders above other people and has to be kicked off that pedestal. >> from a loss. gop nomination but said he is confident he is the right guy to take on president obama. romney could have competition if sarah palin joins the race. she was in new hampshire as part of her bus tour. romney needs to explain the health care man
. anthony is 11. 11 years old. he put this together. had all the local church communities unite. not in theology, but in spirit. to conclude he gave a speech at the event. 11-year-old anthony said this. "i'd like to leave a thought with you from dr. bernard nathansan. -- >> glenn: this is from an 11-year-old american. ah. i didn't especially know who dra c nathansan was? did you hear of him, oscar? no. we didn't know. he's 11. it should give you hope that there are people that are uniting. they are starting to be active. there are people doing homework around the country. this is an 11-year-old. we have a couple of college girls that have set up something in support of israel that is now in 34 states. 38 states. all about e-4. entrepreneurship. enlightened, educated, empowered individual can create something of real value. if you want to create something, you have to have blueprint. you have to be educated. if you want to save something, you have to be educated. go to glennbeck.com now and learn more about the original argument. it's important. glennbeck.com. go there now. ♪
the united states. infusion center is a place where local, state, federal, occasionally tribal and territorial depending on where you are, they are co-located so that information can be gathered, analyzed, and shared at the local level, and looked at through the prism of all the eyes and ears that state and local law-enforcement possess. second, we have expanded a statewide reporting initiative. it trains state and local law enforcement to recognize behavior's in indicators related to terrorism and other threats, and standardizes how those observations are documented, analyzed, and shared back to the homeland security. and they are shared and then taken and converted into products that can be re-shared throughout the rest of the united states. we're not just talking about intel moving from d.c. to the country. we're not talking about the analytic capacity to bring intelligence from the rest of the country back into washington, d.c. the third aspect of how we are empowering people is the launch of a new national terrorism advisory system, which we just recently did in april. nta
as well as firefighters from all over the western united states. plus local nurses, police officers, even forest rangers really aments to the brother and sister -- really a testament to the brotherhood and sisterhood of fire departments. other cities' firefighters are covering firefighting in the area so local firefighters can go to the funeral mass. definitely somber at st. mary's cathedral in san francisco. >> i bet. we just noticed that one of the firefighters had a patch right here said toronto. so some of these firefighters are coming not just from california but from all parts of the united states and canada too, as well. >> reporter: yes. they really are. as i mentioned, a testament to the brotherhood here. everybody coming out to support everybody they know that it could be somebody from their company or somebody that they know and everybody really has a lot of support, unfortunately it doesn't take away the pain that so many people are feeling here today. >> very true. anne makovec live at st. mary's cathedral. anne, thank you. >>> and many of the firefighters are taking bart int
income housing. geography does matter. it is about getting the possibility of affordable units into the local neighborhoods. if they are not going to provide it on sight, this is a piece of land that has been dedicated for that purpose in future development. that is an important context here. we can get into the nuances of what can be done with that plan. i think it is important to know we still want to see on site development. the community has almost no affordable housing development. we see on site inclusionary as the primary way to maintain income diversity in our community. thank you. commissioner moore: i would like to suggest that we do not put too many constraints on the site size, and particularly not necessarily say 40% of the other side area. i think the construction methods would help build something easier. not only low-rise wood construction produces affordable housing. there are other in between construction methods given in the code. it has changed. it used to be more restrictive than it is now. i think we should leave it up to skilled architects to build a medi
intensive care unit at a local hospital. he got his work out in the red eagles center. he has reportedly been working out near his home in arizona. given the chance to play with his friend and former teammate, donovan mcnabb said it was a no- brainer. >> to work with them, that is a wonderful thing. everybody is trying to get better. >> any thoughts about your future with washington? >> i am just working out right now. >> way to dodge those questions. landon donovan down the right wing. the u.s. wins 1-0. donovan was benched before the game. the u.s. waits for the winner of the honduras-mexican -- mexico game. u.s. soccer in the final. >> below that. we love the nationals. they are in such a good role. >>> final thoughts? >> it is muggy out there tonight. warm in the morning. a very good chance of some thunderstorms anytime after 2:30 or 3:00. another hot day on friday. a cold front will bring us a little bit of relief on saturday sunday, and monday. early next week, we will have more 90 degree days, that is for sure. a lot more and 90 degree day is in our future. >> i feel like we have
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